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possession but a lot of big business, individual business, quote unquote were private became very important leaders in the 1990s and 2000s. >> what are some of these business that we're talking about the part of the networked? >> a sickly, anything that involves big business, whether it, earlier on it was manufactured in the 1980s and 1990s, and commercial ventures such as car dealerships and so on your but the manufacturing included everything from pharmaceuticals to ceramic textiles. but in the 2000s, this became more of a telecom industry. free trade zones and things that i things that actually bring in a lot of money with a very high profit margin. most of this money was siphoned off by big business network and kind of left the majority of syrians in much worse conditions than they were because actually the regime that is, ended up also to quote unquote say the economy cutting down subsidies on which most people relied. that took place for about 10 to 15 years, and ended up in 2010, 2011 producing the kind of mostly resentment and discontent that led to the uprising. >> so, professor ha
it will cause, unquote. british diplomats walked into a study to find david lloyd george, and woodrow wilson bending over a giant map spread on the carpet. he said, quote, they are cutting the baghdad railway. clemens with his hand on the map looked like a gorilla of yellow ivory. it is upholding these ignorant and irresponsible men should be cutting asia minor tidbits, as if they were dividing a cake. entire populations were relocated to facilitate national self-determination's, and democracy was imposed on nations that lack the most basic of pillars of exceptionalism. it's hardly a surprise that with a decade most of these had collapsed into totalitarian dictatorship, unstable, unpopular, or undesirable democracies, or autocratic regimes. rather than blaming communism or progressivism, most of the collapsing new states vented their fury on democracy and democratic systems. but the '20s which produced an astounding level of wealth and high standard of living in america had a dark side in europe and america through the birth of public health programs that quickly morphed into new gen x. conc
that are increasing pressure on syria. unquote. so sasaid syria's deputy foreig minister faisal miqdad. >> it should be noted that the rebels who are fighting the troops of assad are themselves part of the same country. >> that's right. >> so therefore the foreign minister saying we would never use them against our own brothers, now do you believe him or what do you think? >> i tend to believe the syrian foreign minister for this reason, john. if they did use these weapons, the americans would strike. if they used them. >> what do you mean by strike? >> air against themselves. >> gas -- >> we and the israelis probably got them targeted. go after them and hit them. >> easier said than done. >> it is. if you got them all and you did that and maybe they figure we're going down and start firing them. the best thing to happen is to have the russians or the guys who have real influence in there, tell these guys, do not do this, or we leave you and everybody abandons you and you're going down. >> is it possible that the putting of this gas inside these cylinders as i understand it, that are quote-unquote
chase down a high school girl and the reason is -- >> quote/unquote shaming. >> the story behind the disturbing event. >> jets fans are hating on mark sanchez. >> a weak quarterback has had four interceptions and one fumble. >> these are jets fans saying mark sanchez is probably the worst quarterback i've ever seen. >> how the burning of the jerseys has begun. >>> and welcome to the mother hood. ♪ my nesting bra like a bulletproof vest ♪ >> what has mom going gangster. >>> three guys from sweden, taking a dip in northern australia. litchfield national park. something is about to pay them a visit. it is that something's home turf. not happy about these guys intruding. >> i don't like how you say something. >> the guy has the camera filming his buddy felix anderson. felix over here this side of the screen. >> you think we can go through this? >> i think you may already see the something blending in. >> oh. >> why get closer? why get closer? >> watch this. you think he might be playing freeze. no boom! >> oh! >> did he attack that guy? >> he jumps at him like a flying ninja. loo
. but they only did it to the one side. this is generally ensured by providing a five foot setback, quote-unquote, is what he wrote in his [speaker not understood] to us. >> thank you. we might call you for questions. we may call you up for further clarification or questions. >>> okay, thank you. >> okay. speakers in favor of the d-r. >>> i think that's me. i still get confused. mr. president, commissioners, arnold townsend, reverend arnold townsend supporting the d-r. i just wanted to make a couple of comments, that number one, one of the problems that happens to people is that they see a piece of property and they're able to buy it which in this town isn't always that easy. and they're able to buy it. and certainly people next door have a right to build when they want to do thing. but if you're not careful, they'll build something to where you no longer own the property you originally bought. they bought a property with a garden because they wanted a property with the garden. the way this design is, the garden with the shadow becomes almost nonfunctional. they now have a property without what t
administration, and i don't dismiss what jonas says that unions are going to these quote, unquote, highly skilled. i member, i worked in a cardboard box factory, i had to join the teamsters and i worked as a supermarket cashier, i had to join the retail clerks union. so could it get to fast food? absolutely. you're right, brenda, it can because they're flexing their muscle and have the backing of the current political environment. >> brenda: larry. >> brenda, the younes need to reinvent themselves. if they need to get into my skilled jobs and earn higher wages and that's the key. >> you're right and the idea of organizing the lowest end of the structure here is, as jonas says, the average lifetime of employee i think is nine mons in the fast food busins so it's antithetical and-- >> these an't coal mines and slaughter houses, brenda, these are folding sweaters at the gap, cashiers. >> we need to see more unions in china where they could make a difference, they could lift wages and improve living standards there. >> absolutely. >> and keep chinese, work forces from taking jobs away from america. >
of the house. saying quote unquote, let's be honest, we're broke. we'll be right back with new years resolutions. ♪ [ music ] >>> new years resolutions, pat. >> get at list one book on nixon done this year. >> another one? >> one. >> can get cracking on my memoir, and also continue to jog so i can continue to stay healthy and continue to do combat. >> ensure that everything i put on twitter is completely accurate. >> are you going to do a memoir? >> no. >> really? >> write a book that responds to pat buchanan's last book. >> my new year's resolution is to not have such a heavy foot when i accelerate vehicles. we try to give it to you straight. celebrate the new year. bye bye. ♪ [ music ]
vice president says chavez is dealing with new complications, quote-unquote. he's being treated for a respiratory infection. no one has seen or heard from him since he underwent his fourth cancer-related surgery nearly four weeks ago. he's been battling pelvic cancer for more than a year and a half. >>> police are looking for a man who left the scene of a deadly crash. he's accused of rear ending another car in fauquier county last sunday. police say mendoza hit a scion forcing it off the road. this man died in the crash. mendoza ran from the scene. if you know where he is, call police. >>> d.c. detectives are asking for your help to find the person who shot and killed a man in southeast. it happened early yesterday morning along kropf it place. investigators found 23-year-old angela payne lying on the ground with several wounds. police are offering a $25,000 reward for information that helps them solve the case. >>> we now know the name of the woman killed in a fire. prince george's county say betty starry died in the friday night fire. two others were injured trying to escape.
progress quote-unquote thereill be blood record jimmy hoffa said there will be a civil war. this is the language that would is used time and time again but completely ignored by cbs, abc, and nbc it is truly remarkable. tracy: the president backs them? he was a jury is lease finance in wisconsin and now front and center. the president considered to be part of the problem to talk about right to work is not economics politics. he knows better than that. he knows we have seen in right to work states improvinemployment while the forest union states where they have to pay dues, unemployment is higher. that has escaped the attention of liberal news outlets. tracy: you will lk about this? >> absolutely. with the attorney general of south carolina. and also in the middle east dr. walid phares is who is the fox middle east news analyst and expert at the top of the hour. tracy: don't change the channel. tonight 7:00 and 10:00 p.m. eastern. 2012 is wrapping up. why aren't the market's reacting to the fiscal cliff next. tracy: what is up with the market? with the threat of another rece
, unquote, hit, the before the big twilight movies and all that. what drew you to it before any of this other material? >> i would have done anything on this film. i would have followed in a caravan or cated for everyone, done prop service. >> was it the novell that spoke to you, was it something that just hit you the right way and you felt like man, i just want to be involved in that. >> yeah, it was my first favorite book it was the first time, i always did okay in school but it was the first time that i had, i mean, you know, for a lot of people it sort of, i really came alive. i opened a lot of doors. >> you felt passionate. >> yes, definitely, yes, definitely kick started something in me. >> stephen: passion enough to cater. >> that's right, that's right. because i did not think that i could play that part at all. >> stephen: i can tell you about the sad truth about my acting career. i actually have catered. >> that's sweet. >> jon: that is the extent of my acting career. >> nice. >> jon: it was a terrific performance and they get a lot out of everybody in that thing. you f
dictionary defines christianity christians collectively the christian religion, unquote. mr. moore is offend od that i want a christmas tree to be called a christmas tree. he sees it as an attack on his value system. moore is one of the legions of media who have formed a secular clown posey. a bunch of people who have no blanking idea what this country was founded on. so i'm going to speak very slowly to you frazier, please take some notes and have that dictionary handy. christianity is a religion for those who believe jesus is is god. and for those who join a specific church to celebrate that belief. but christianity is a philosophy to people like thomas jefferson who did not believe that jesus was the deity. and mr. jefferson, as well as many of the founding fathers, incorporated the judeo-christian philosophy into the constitution. that's why the 10 commandments hang in the supreme court building. are you with me so far, frazier? images of the manger scene in the public square simply honor the baby jesus, the human being. the baby is not sitting at the right hand of god. he is laying ther
their quote, unquote, fair share. this time it could affect $34 million people starting at $74,000. why? it was never indexed for inflation. it was one of these taxes put into plate for punitive measures very much like legislation we see all the time now, not to help the economy, but to somehow punish those people who seem to have the upper hand on all of us. as far as everything else is concerned, unemployment, let's talk about that. anyone receiving extended unemployment benefits, kiss those good-bye january 6th. the economy, it won't collapse january 1st, but the snowball starts to roll and the further it rolls the faster it rolls and becomes a concentric circle and becomes a giant boulder that could take five or six percent out of our gdp by the end of the year. >> ironically the alternative minimum tax is supposed to hit the wealthy but millions of middle income people will be hit here. and an interesting observation, will are people that will see their estate taxes, after they paid tacks their entire lives, will go up to 55%. that's how much the government will take. after you pai
in washington is quote/unquote if both sides complained. that means there was equal pain. the question is if that still applies today. we'll see. there has to be some movement here. is the threshold going to get moved up? how will the rank and file respond to speaker bain they are morning? he's not presenting them any plan, but when the update is done. and what happens? where are senate republicans? some of them are in a sour place. when do they decide to launch their quote/unquote plan bs, which would extend tax rates up to 250,000 and punt everything else? we'll see. the next 24 hours are everything. they have to get a deal, a framework in place to avoid any sort of punt. >>> now to a bit of good news, we could use it everywhere and here at nbc news we would like to show this, our colleague, richard engle and his crew are safe this morning after escaping gunmen in syria. they were held for five days before they were freed following a gun fight between the kidnappers and rebel forces in syria. they appeared on the "today" show this morning just hours after they release. here is a bit
? .. >> it lifted the ban, the quote-unquote ban, on federal funding. so today as of the time i put this talk together, about a pont ago, there were 178 embryonic stem cell lines available for federal funding, but there are 760 lines available globally. so he increased it from about 21 lines to 178 lines. most notably, they must be derived, these embryonic stem cells must be derived from leftover invitro fertilization embryos, and permission is required from apartments. that has -- from parents. that has the effect of really limiting the number of embryonic stem cells that you can get, okay? so the idea that he blew the doors open on embryonic stem cell research is a fiction. he did not. george bush nudged the door open to embryonic stem cell research, and barack obama nudged it slightly further. he did not blow the doors off this research. it, and here's an ethical issue, and i think this is a worthwhile issue that no one really knows about, but it's a worthwhile issue to discuss. his policy does little to nothing to address the hundreds of thousands of embryos that are sitting in freezers a
claimed responsibility for the attack, but praised the, quote/unquote brave taliban fighter who carried it out. also here in kabul today, secretary panetta met with afghan president hamid karzai and invited him to washington to meet with president obama next month. now, the key question for these leaders is where do things now stand and what's next? 11 years, 2 months, and 6 days. >> we will not waiver. we will not tire. we will not falter. and we will not fail. peace and freedom will prevail. >> reporter: just one month after 9/11, president george w. bush launched operation enduring freedom, the war against the taliban and al qaeda in afghanistan. the sacrifice has been steep. more than 2,000 americans dead and more than 18,000 wounded. $642 billion spent, and untold number of afghan civilians killed, at least 12,000 in the last five years. with that sacrifice came some progress. the taliban was removed from power and -- >> i can report to the american people and to the world that the united states has conducted an operation that killed osama bin laden, the leader of al qaeda. >> repo
claimed responsibility for the attack but praised the quote unquote brave taliban fighter who carried it out. also, here in kabul, secretary panetta met with karzai and invited him it meet with president obama next month. the key question for the leaders is where do things now stand and what's next? 11 years, two months and six days. >> we will not tire, we will not faulter, and we will not fail. >> peace and freedom will prevail. >> just one month after 9/11 wbt war against the taliban and al qaeda and afghanistan, it has been steep, more than 2,000 americans dead and more than 18,000 wounded. 642 billion u.s. dollars spent. and an untold number of afghan civilians killed. at least 12,000 in the last five years. with that sacrifice, came some progress. the taliban was removed from power and -- >> i can report to the american people and to the world, that united states has conducted an operation that killed osama bin laden, the later of al qaeda. >> as combat troops prepare it come home in 2014, the taliban is resurging. just this week, a member of the navy's elite s.e.a.l. team 6, th
happens again. well, the statement went on to say that the nra will hold a quote unquote, major news conference on friday of this week. meantime, several national retailers are already making changes in light of what happened on friday. dick's sporting goods has removed all guns from its store in danbury, connecticut. all guns. that is its closest outlet to newtown, where we are tonight. they also stopped selling modern sporting rifles at all stores nationwide. on walmart's website, you will find plenty of guns but not the type of bushmaster rifle that adam lanza used. the chain has taken down that web page. at least 10.8 million new guns were sold across america last year, though. as david mattingly shows, the shooting here in newtown has actually just in the past few days, you can already see this, it's stunning, accelerated gun sales. >> reporter: almost 1,000 miles away from newtown, connecticut, gun owners rush to buy more guns. why are you in here today? >> i was looking for a gun that i have wanted for a long time and just wanted to get it before possible changes. >> reporter:
. you told him to butch up, quote/unquote. >> never. that's not our language. >> when somebody says people like yourself -- >> that's a terrible way of phrasing it. i would rather say we're trying to bring out the heterosexuality in you. >> reporter: nicolosi has kept hundreds of children from growing up. a researcher and big believer that homosexuality can be prevented. he worked at a doctoral student at ucla in the 1970s in a government experimental program. he treated a boy named kirk murphy. to turn around kirk's so-called sissy behavior kirk was repeatedly asked to choose between masculine toys like plastic guns and knives or feminine ones. if he chose the feminine items, kirk's mother would be told to ignore him. kirk'ss siblings told anderson his personality changed. >> he had no idea how to relate to people. >> reporter: he considered kirk a success story, writing his feminine behavior was gone, proof that homosexuality could be prevented. kirk's family said he was gay and never recovered from the attempts to turn him straight. in 2003, kirk took his own life. he hanged hims
problems, most of the time i don't think that the threat of a quote, unquote, felony conviction is going to necessarily prevent them from using. i think what would make more sense is to provide them with more services and to be more individualized in terms of treatment and how we address specific individuals. i also would note that when you are facing a misdemeanor charge, you're facing up to a year in county jail. now, sometimes you don't do a year in county jail because of changes that we've made to good time credits, but there is a threat potentially of incarceration that's attached to a misdemeanor conviction. so i think that's threatened us, if you're really looking for hammers and nails, why not just have a threat of a misdemeanor, period, of incarceration. the other thing i would say is that the respect trend has actually has been to implement shorter periods of flash incarceration so you actually provide an immediate sanction to address a particular problem which has had -- based on the research i've seen, greater success in changing behaviors because it's more of a cognitive beh
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% of muslim do not want evolution taught. >> they reject it and some say if you teach it as a series quote-unquote as a western scientists explain it it is okay. 80% rejected 50 percent don't teach it the other 50% teach it but it is not true as but necessary, evolution is taught in many parts of the world. all schools in egypt. even the teachers tell the students we teach you this but we don't believe it. it is a problem to explain people it does not have to be atheistic. hopefully it will work out. john: nidal guessoum what was the world without god look like? my next guest says you do not want to live there. impact wool exports from new zealand, textile production in spain, and the use of medical technology in the u.s.? at t. re price, we understand the connections of a complex, global economy. it's just one reason over 75% of our mutual funds beat their 10-year lipper average. t. ro price. invest with confidence. request a prospectus or summary prospectus with investment information, risks, fees and expenses to read and consider carefully before investing. ♪ john: in that song john lennon su
. >> caller: i was just thinking it would be a great way to offer, a, quote unquote people could buy into medicare instead of buying into private insurance. oh medicare for all. it would be tremendously less expensive. because we could negotiate the rates -- >> stephanie: and that's why the republicans would never go for it -- >> yeah medicare is much more efficient than private insurance because it doesn't have shareholders. >> stephanie: who wants that? we'll be right back -- that was a delightful little jacki schechner health care corner. right back on the i want the people who watch our show, to be able to come away armed with the facts, and the arguments to feel confident in their positions. i want them to have the data and i want them to have the passion. but it's also about telling them, you're put on this planet for something more. i want this show to have an impact beyond just informing. an impact that gets people to take action themselves. as a human being that's really important. this is not just a spectator sport. hershey's simple pleasures chocolate. 30% less
inis unquote. okay, the u.s. war on drugs, that war was first declared by president richard nixon in 1971 with great public approval. since then, $1 trillion have been spent. that's according to "breaking the taboo" a film made by sam bronson, which debuted this week on youtube. the stats in the bronson movie are really sobering. the u.s. tops the list worldwide as the number one illegal drug user nation. i will repeat that. the u.s. tops the list it worldwide as the number one illegal drug user nation. half a million are in jail in the u.s. for breaking drug laws. on average, the u.s. spends $30,000 a year to imprison someone according to a pew survey. the film compares that to the 1- dz 1,000 the u.s. spends a year to educate a public schools student. two former american presidents, bill clinton and jimmy carter, have assessed the success of the war on drugs. >> obviously if the expected result was that we would eliminate serious drug yins america and eliminate the narco- trafficking networks, it hasn't worked. >> when i was president we had the same problems with drug productio
.i. ntrist to spread their unique brand. >> this is the new hot, quote, unquote, social network. traffic alone, out trafficked. google plus, linked in and youtube since january, which is amazing. >> wow. the last stop on the "your business" makeover express was meeting with me to talk through their homework and get some answers to the big picture question the team asked earlier in the week. first, the name. denise suggested they change from "fancy new york" to nato new york or house of nato. >> we decided not to change the name. we feel very strongly that girls don't shop by brand name. >> our name would have been irrelevant to put into the logo itself. however, it's not to say that we shouldn't tweak the game. it will be changing from fancy new york to fancy bridal. >> we broke it down to who are the best-selling stores. out of the 22 stores, there are five of five of them that do th best work and do the best business that we pay no attention to. and they're going to be our focus. >> and manufacturing, how did it go? >> amazing. really, really amazing. so the sample that we saw to the d
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